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From d...@multitask.com.au
Subject Re: [httpclient] 2.0 Bug/Feature classifications - request for comments
Date Tue, 23 Jul 2002 15:11:49 GMT
I think that's the patch I just applied....anyone care to test?
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jsdever wrote on 07/23/2002 08:33:36 AM:

> dIon has taken responsibility for evaluating and applying the patch.But 
I was
> not aware that it addressed the certificate support.  Ortwin?
> 
> Simon Roberts wrote:
> 
> > "Jeff Dever" <jsdever@sympatico.ca> wrote in message
> > news:3D3B79F4.777C2EF1@sympatico.ca...
> > > This is a proposed classification of the HttpClient bugzilla bugs. 
They
> > > have been carved up into 2 milestones, 2 betas and two release 
markers.
> > > The rationale for the classification is as follows:
> > > 2.1 Final (aka Future)
> > >  10970 Client side certificate support with HTTPS
> >
> > Hasn't Ortwin (or someone) already submitted a patch that allows
> > HttpConnection to use a different SSLSocketFactory?  (Which in turn, 
allows
> > the caller to do anything they want with authentication, certificates, 
etc).
> > It hasn't been applied to the the source, in any case.   Since the 
code is
> > already done (though not AFAIK propagated up into 
HttpConnectionManager or
> > Http[Multi]Client), is not intrusive, it would seem useful to apply it 
now.
> >
> > The change is absolutely needed for US-export JSSE, since we can't 
override
> > what SSLSocketFactory.getDefault() returns.
> >
> > Cheers etc, Simon
> >
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